posted on Jun, 3 2003 @ 02:22 PM
the art of war.....
in todays era, national boundaries are set. some are disputed, but are officially recognized by everyone else. that why france and italy are still
different countries despite being part of the european union.
when we ahh overthrow, a regime, we are at first liberating the people. that's why we're being very careful in choosing enemies. in the beginning,
afghanistan was justifiable as a target, 9-11, and various other state sponsered terror being launched from there gave us a reason to liberate the
living hell out of them. here's what you'll see in this situation.
a UN supported cause, ousting terror supporting regime, catching and or killing those responsible.
elimination of THAT, government, and establishment of a western styled democracy. first president, or PM will most likely be one of the ranking rebel
soldiers during the war. ahmed karzai...
preservation of their way of life. we're following the mongol example of, "here, you can stay muslim, as long as you pay us to protect you from any
other extremists" not a crusade style our way or the highway bub, method.
here's what you won't see.
swearing in the aforementioned nation as part of the US of A.
mc donalds all over the place, no americanization of the nation.
no forced christianity on other peoples, or any attempt at downplaying muslims because of their cruel leaders being that religion.
ok now waht we have in iraq and afghanistan is trick situation. we've got people free of oppression and for the first time in quite a while, getting
on their feet to do things on their own. at first, they supported america cos of the liberation and all, but the nationalism is kickin in and they
know if they jkust sit around they'll be puerto rico 2, or guam. just another western colony, so of course we got the nationalists saying thanks for
dinner get the hell outta my house. i can agree. thing is though, if we're not careful about who we bring in next, we could get another saddam on our
hands, or possibly even another jennifer love hewitt. hard times. we've got the support, or at least distant relative support, of both nations.
neither are wanting to jump in as the 51st, but both are starting to realise, we can help their economy moreso then leaving them to their own, and
bring them out of third world status. afghanistan is doing well, and if iraq had the right buttons pushed, the untapped oil mines could be just well
incredible. there is much money to be made, and peace to be had, if people play their cards right.
but just hopping up and saying let's conquer mexico aint gonna work. the age of imperialism is finshed. or it's just beginnin.
we still have military presence in germany, my new home in 6 weeks, and japan, and italy, and any other place thathas previously tried to take over
the world. as for civil wars, i think the countries fighting can figure it out on their own.